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of the same name. other books include abraham and where god was born. his latest is called "america's profit." >> great to be back. >tavis: why is moses america's prophet? >> i had spent a decade traveling around the middle east looking at this kind of combustion of religion and politics and it seemed the debate was headquartered in the middle east. transferred back here. americans were in this, and ground this time i'd like -- i began, my wife gave birth to identical twins and we saw people, we had to go to them to get some help. when i went on board there was this guy reading the bible. i said what are you reading and he said texas. -- exodus. in my home town there is a letter from george washington where he credits the success in the revolution to the same god who freed the israelites. here is moses in the middle of the revolution. i kept saying ben franklin recruiting moses. harriet tubman all the way through to dr. king comparing himself to moses. i was shocked by the number of references and i said i should go through this journey and retrace influenced more americans. his name is mose
to find out. hello, america. what is it that you really want from the government? what is it they're supposed to do? right now, i got to tell you, i would just settle for someone who knows how to operate a calculator -- no, no, knows how to operate the calculator, can read the calculator and tell me the numbers honestly. if you really believe some marxist utopian system is the way to go, use honesty, and make that chase for the redistributive change, don't hide behind our constitution saying anything. i mean, i would hide it myself. it is the only way to get it past the american people, considering the trouble in sean penn's beloved cuba and venezuela, despite -- i love this -- despite being one of the world's biggest energy producers, venezuela, experiencing massive blackouts and power loss. how is that working? chavez now wants to cap showers at 3 minutes. he actually came on and gave a personal guarantee that you won't stink. >> cuba says they have avoided a major energy crisis. how? by forcing people to shut off the power. i never even thought of that! let's just tell people t
>>> making news in america this morning -- >> atlantic assault. the powerful storm is battering coastal areas in half a dozen states, with flooding, beach erosions and whipping winds. >>> goodwill mission. the president arrives in asia. but what's really being accomplished in his week away? >>> and sarah's story. new revelations in her new book. and revelations about her relationship with john mccain. will she invite levi johnston to dinner? >> it's friday november 13th, 2009. >>> good morning. thanks for being with us this friday, the 13th. may live up to its name, at least in the mid-atlantic states. >> a damaging storm is moving slowly up the eastern seaboard. its moisture comes partly from hurricane ida. but it's much stronger than when ida came aboard on tuesday. some areas have seen up to ten inches of rain. >> viviana hurtado shows us the hardest hit spots so far. >> reporter: massive flooding, power ouges and massive winds toppled trees. all remnants of a hurricane that generated into a deadly nor easter. >> the whole house was shaking. >> reporter: the storm surge is fr
of cool. i never seen that before! hello, america! tonight we have a special "time to be heard." the idea of this program came when i was speaking to my friend charles payne. he was on my show. when did you tell me the story about the briefcase? >> about a month and a half ago. glenn: he cried like a baby on my show. that's my gig, man! i asked charles to take me to where he grew up in new york. he showed me a neighborhood in harlem where he used to live, the neighborhood where other african-american kids used to beat him up for talking white, or wanting a briefcase because he always wanted to be a businessman or wearing nice clothes. charles shared his story with me and i want to show you a little bit of it. >> this is different than what it was when you were growing up? >> oh absolutely. just trees, grass, some of the beautification stuff they're doing right now. this was an an empty lot for at least a decade, and we used to throw rocks all the time. glenn: you said this is really what it felt like when you lived here trvetion more like this? >> yeah, you had these kinds of buildings, t
: are conservative women in america under attack by the liberal media? the culture warriors, including meghan mccain tonight will take a look at that hot topic. >> you can't even say why you settled? >> the confidential agreement and i'm not allowed to talk about that. >> so the agreement discusses. >> larry, you are being inappropriate. bill: a bizarre tv chat between larry king and carrie prejean. did you hear the question, carrie? bill: you have to see this honchts are you talking to? bill: i don't know. caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. [captioning made possible by fox news channel] captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- bill: hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thank you for watching under the circumstances tonight. why the media has not covered the for the hood massacre accurately. that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. a new study by the culture and media institute says the following. 8 a% of networks news stories on fort hood did not mention the word "terror." in fact in 48 reports, abc, cbs, and nbc referenced te
/11 are not just obvious, but the wounds remain etched and america is still waiting for justice. the man accused of being the mastermind of the attacks, khalid sheikh mohammed, this is how he looked after he was arrested in pakistan in 2003. this is how he looks now. this is where he will now stand trial, a new york federal court house just a stone's throw away from where the attacks took place. if found guilty, he can expect the harshest sentence. >> i expect prosecutors to seek the death penalty against each of the alleged conspirators. >> a jury of new yorkers will help decide whether he is guilty or not, but it seems some in the city have already made up their mind. >> i hope he gets a fair trial. >> it should be in new york were the key event occurred and allow the citizens of new york to witness firsthand the administration of justice. >> it is a clear break from the past. this is where he and the currently accused are currently being held. it is also where the five were being tried by a military court. the obama administration rejected to the way some evidence was obtained. the president
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of keep america safe. her reaction is clear. >> i burst into tears when i found out the news. i knew it was coming because they politicized these cases, but it still hurts, bad. i went to the moussaoui trial. çi listened to him sit on the stand and mock the 9/11 families, laugh at the commander who tried to guess she lost members of per unit. it is going to be 10,000 times worse because it will be a few blocks from ground zero and it will be the mastermind who applauded the deaths of my brother and all these people. these men wanted to plead guilty in the military can -- commissions. çthese cases would have been roughed up by next month. remember, there are 500,000 documents. they have to start from scratch and put them through a different legal framework. bill: democratic congressman joe sestak believes the trials are a good idea. he will be with us in five minutes to explain why. juliet: when folks get lost in the wilderness, it can cost hundreds of thousands of dollars to search for them. search and rescue teams say this is becoming a bigger problem because more and more peopl
in the twi towers. they say the aused should never set footn america. >> we need to b protected from th. these are very dangerous -- i thi dbolic individuals. i don't want them near my grandchildn. i don'tanthem near anybody's ildren. ion't want them on our il. >> in new york, some worry about the sort ofsecurity that will surrnd such a sensational rial. many welcome the nws. >> btter that it's in new rk where 'll get afair jury of new yorkers followingoth the 1993 bombing and the 2001 event. i hpe he gs a fair trial. >> theshould be he. they suld be in new york wre the event occurred and allow the citizens of new york twitness firsthan the administratn of juste. >> thiss a very politil decision. before bein sent to gutanamo, mohammed was water boarded, some would say ttured, 183 times. evidence obined that way could ve been allowed bere a mitary tribunal under the bush admintration. ts is an exchange betweenim and therosecutor. >> thenformation that yore lling us today so we're clear you doot believe that you are under any preure or threat or duress to speak to us today s. that correct
. it is way too early, i think. sean: i would like to see the republicans doing contract with america. i want them to put their signature on a piece of paper and say, we're the party of fiscal responsibility, free- market solutions to health care. >> there are a lot of good ideas. i get this argument, republicans do not have good ideas about health care. i just had lunch with a senator from wyoming. he is a surgeon. jon kyl is one of the greatest man who has ever graced the halls of the president, as far as i'm concerned. sean: st. nicholas -- i thought he was called santa claus. >> he is a real guy. he is a great man, a man of faith. one quick story. around 380, i lost all of his fortune. he had three daughters. they could not get married. middle of the night, a guy drops a bag of gold through the window when he does it two more times. they say it dropped into a stocking. he runs away so we will not be seen. what do you think that started? sean: santa claus. >> a real guy. sean: thank you. we are just getting started. here is a sneak peek of all that is coming your way tonight. >> millions o
. thanks tony. >> mm-hmm. >>> it is the interview that has america talking this morning. talk show queen oprah winfrey sits down with sarah palin. >> no subject seemed to be off limits from the campaign itself to the drama surrounding her grand baby's father levee johnson >> they are -- levee johnson. >> they are dishing. there has been speculation whether oprah would interview palin. the two got together for what oprah calls an interesting interview. >> let's talk about the interview with katie couric. >> must we? okay. >> reporter: former vice presidential candidate sarah palin opens up to oprah. she spent the inteiew talking about the campaign, her personal life, and her new book going rogue. included in that book, her thoughts about the now infamous interview with katie couric. >> do you thing that was a defining moment for you? >> i did not beneather did the campaign. that is why segment two, three, four and five were scheduled. >> reporter: she said the mccain campaign praised the interview. >> it said right on good, you are showing your inned pen it is. this is what america need
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. the british prime minister talk about what america the allies could provide. and the beautiful game turned ugly. bond era it is that the stone- throwing crowd as they meet egypt for a key world cup qualifier. it is 7:00 in washington. barack obama is beginning his push for a bigger american role in asia and in japan, coming to the end of a busy day on his first asian tour as u.s. president. he has been holding talks with the japanese prime minister, trying to smooth ties between the two longtime allies. from tokyo, here is our correspondent. >> president obama arrived in japan still a dependable friend of the u.s. but more assertive than before. this is only the second time in half a century that an american president has had to deal with a prime -- japanese prime minister not from the liberal party. once a different relationship, -- yukio hatoyama once an equal relationship. >> there are many various practices, new issues concerning the safety policy and the systems. if you would need to be rebuilt into this agreement. >> we have to understand the future of the united states and asia is i
the headquarters in the northwest. we'll have more coming up on "good morning america" here at 7:00. >>> 6:15 right now. preschool and kindergarten teach you how to write. >> then came along cursive. why that style of writing seems to be going away in the classroom. >>> crooks steal vehicles all the time. the naked truth about one suspect and the decision police made about arresting him. >>> first, the latest business news this morning. >> reporter: good morning. we begin with the white house job summit. president obama says he'll hold a summit next month to look for ways to jump start job growth. the president will invite ceos and economic experts. the investment came after a report showed 8 million people filed. it's not low enough to indicate job growth. >>> mcdonald's will be doing some hiring next we're. the burger chain will open 1,000 new restaurants next year. 150 of them will be in the u.s. apple expects to open as many as 50 new stores next year, focusing on big stores in major cities. about half will be in the u.s. >>> a new rule will make it harder for banks to charge large
. >> all right. we'll have more on that on "good morning america" no doubt. >>> checking the headlines around the nation. southwest airlines have donated 4,000 turkeys to the denver rescue mission. that is the largest donation it's ever received. turkeys will be sold at the annual great thanksgiving banquet. southwest airlines says employees will be there to help serve the families. >>> the parents of the so- called balloon boy have agreed to a deal that could send them both to jail money richard heene would plead guilty to a felony charge today in court and attempting to influence a public servant. heene's wife, a japanese citizen who could be deported will also plead guilty but to a lesser charge. the parents are accused of pulling off that crazy hoax by reporting their 6-year-old son was floating away in a helium balloon. >>> who says opposites can't attract? newt gingrich and reverend al sharpton would usually be bickering but today they are on the same tied side. >>> let's take a look at the temperatures outside. 51 in york and 50 in hagerstown. we have a windchill out there.
, which is appropriate in america, and then they discovered they had been given that information, that they had done far better in his key county than they had been told, and now the vote has gotten down to about 3000 votes. there are over 10,000 absentee votes outstanding. it is. owens -- it is probable that owens, the democrats, will end up winning, and we could end up with someone in office and should not be there, and i think doug hoffman had campaigned against a major issue. had he been elected, that margin would have been even closer than it was, and i think it will be very interesting to see if one week from now, we suddenly decide we have a different congressman than we thought. it is not clear yet, but hoffman is getting more votes, and as the absentee votes come in, it keeps getting there are more and their work, so people should stay tuned in -- it keeps getting narrower and narrower. greta: i recognize that the conservative candidate conceded, but he was not certified, and in a rush to jam this down our throats, the speaker of the house every other democratic member o
launch in history, call of duty raked in millions just in the knot america and u.k. markets easily beating the $155 the dark knight took in during its open ing weekend but the game does cost about six times more than a movie ticket. america americans have something to be thankful for. the thanksgiving feast will be costing less than last year. 12 key items will be 4% cheaper thanks mainly to lower energy costs. coming up on good morning "good morning america" black friday is weeks away but we'll tell you where you cafind best bargains. that's your "moneyscope" report, i'm jeremy hubbard. >> all right we have 49 degrees this friday morning. >> and three suspected gold thieves are now off the streets. with eeel tell you how police busted the thieves. >> and teri prejean is set to be in the studio but why she's here or not? why it's a mystery, explained this morning. >> and on "oprah" the votes are in for the karaoke challenge and the author behind the "twilight" saga. on abc 7. >> we're on a mission to cause health food cravings. >> welcome back, everybody. 6:246 is the time and kerr
challenges facing america's future. and additional funding is provided by the following supporters -- >>> hello and good evening. i'm daljit dhaliwal. as president obama weighs his options in afghanistan, a strong voice of dissent has emerged challenging the american commander in afghanistan's call for another 40,000 troops for the war effort. he is the u.s. ambassador to afghanistan, karl eikenberry, and he says that only 10,000 to 15,000 more forces should be committed. eikenberry is also a former top commander in afghanistan and he says most of those extra troops should be used not in combat, but to train the afghan army. today, the head of nato also emphasized training the afghan army and police. and to that end, he said the nato allies are also pledging to send more troops. >> if we left afghanistan behind, terrorism could easily spread from afghanistan through central asia and further and destabilize pakistan, a nuclear power. that would be a very, very dangerous situation. and i think all governments realize the way ahead is transition to afghan lead so that we can handle an
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or observation and then some simple math. every single insurance co. across america including every different blue cross blue shield company, whether for- profit or non-profits, has recently started a fabulous little thing called medical cuttoding. if i break my arm in texas the companies there have different coding then if i break my arm in florida or new york. so there are 1300 different codes for 1300 different companies for the same broken arm. it seems to me if there were just a single code across the company for every company, doctor, that we would speed up and save billions of dollars per year. over $300,003,000 per individual is $100 billion. give or take that is every year. it means we basically paid for health care and there is none of this paying $700 per month here or $9,000 per month there four different insurance. now everybody is covered. host: thanks, woodie. guest: 2 his first point -- is just not right. i think he misunderstands what goes on. with regard to coding, there are national standards. it is not payer-driven. it is government-driven. there is an international classi
in america. >> we need to be protected from them. these are very dangerous -- i think diabolic individuals. i don't want them near my grandchildren. i don't want them near anybody's children. i don't want them on our soil. >> in new york, some worry about the sort of security that will surround such a sensational trial. many welcome the news. >> better that it's in new york where he'll get a fair jury of new yorkers following both the 1993 bombing and the 2001 event. i hope he gets a fair trial. >> they should be here. they should be in new york where the event occurred and allow the citizens of new york to witness firsthand the administration of justice. >> this is a very political decision. before being sent to guantanamo, mohammed was water boarded, some would say tortured, 183 times. evidence obtained that way could have been allowed before a military tribunal under the bush administration. this is an exchange between him and the prosecutor. >> the information that you're telling us today so we're clear you do not believe that you are under any pressure or threat or duress to speak to us
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, this is what america needs to see. it was a good interview. and of course i'm thinking, if you thought that was a good interview, i don't know what a bad interview was. because i knew it wasn't a good interview. >> reporter: just before palin resigned as alaska's governor she reveals in the book her legal bills topped $500,000 due mostly to ethics complaints. there's a $50,000 legal bill linked to the mccain campaign, part of the cost of vetting her. then a family matter involving levi johnston, father of her grandson. >> he is part of the family. he needs that too. i think he needs to know that he is loved and he has the most beautiful child. and this can all work out for good. it really can. we don't have to keep going down this road of controversy and drama all the time. >> as for palin's claim she was billed for her own vetting expenses, senator mccain's campaign counsel denies that. oprah winfrey asked palin if levi johnston would be invited to thanksgiving dinner. we'll have to tune in monday to find out the answer to that. >>> for a job well done, children often get lollipops an
>>> good morning, america, on this friday, november 13th. a deadly nor'easter floods the east, from north carolina, to new jersey. and it's not over yet. we're live in the places hardest hit. >>> sarah palin goes rogue. she lets loose on everything, from that $150,000 makeover, to the interview that she couldn't shake the entire campaign. >> because i knew it wasn't a good interview. >>> photo flap. a man is charged with trying to blackmail supermodel cindy crawford. at dispute, a photo of her young daughter, tied to a chair. >>> guilty plea. the parents of the infamous balloon boy, set to make a plea deal. will they see jail time? >>> and the end is near? we travel deep into the mexican jungle to find out if the 2012 legend is real. or just a lot of hollywood magic. >>> and good morning, everyone. i'm robin roberts, here with chris cuomo, as diane sawyer has the morning off. and this nor'easter, it's the remains of hurricane ida. it's now stronger than it was when the storm first landed in alabama on tuesday morning. >> doesn't have to be hurricane to be dangerous. 55-mile-per-hour
health care in america? >> about the coverage of it? well, the coverage of it really, contradictory answers. there has been a lot of superficial coverage, the kind of he said, she said coverage, of who the nationalities -- of to the personalities are, an issue that is substantive and like health care. paradoxically, some of the best coverage i have seen has come in these newspapers, that we say are dinosaurs. "the washington post," "the new york times," have often comes done a brilliant job of putting into context the different aspects of health care, whether it is the role of the insurance company, the doctors, etc., how they match, that type of thing, has been done in ways that i think are odd-inspiring by some of the writers and "the washington post" and "the new york times." >> the reason why we conduct that type of coverages because newspapers can see this issue coming along, and they assign teams of reporters who immersed themselves in an issue, as opposed to getting the he said, see said-she said, that the things. that only a large well-funded news organization can do. >> i w
would be a big blow to iran and could inflame relationships between america and the muslim nation. it could be a lengthy process. >>> now to the veryatest in the investigation at the mass shootings at fort hood. the accused gunman was charged with 13 counts of premeditated murder. army officials say major nidal hasan acted alone when he opened fire last week and he says -- and they say additional charges are possible. president obama has ordered a full review to determine whether it was properly acted upon. the senate hearing is scheduled for next week. >>> coming up, the balloon boyd's parent busted. the guilty plea. >> stolen gold -- justice for dozens of area families after keepsakes are stolen. >> this a big nor'easter showing no signs of weakening at this hr . we will check the more and more, effects for the quality of our lives depends on our connections. accs to high-speed internet, at home and on the go, is no longer a luxury. it's how our children access education. it's how we find jobs, discover information, and connect wh family and friends. it's the spark that drive
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. that is the national desk, covering america for us. the foreign desk is covering the globe, and the media desk is where all of the brand new pictures come in to the fox news channel. here on the "live desk" you will see those brand new pictures in the boxes on the right hand side of the screen. we are continuing to get breaking news on this extraordinarily controversial decision to bring 9/11 terror suspects to new york city for trial. families of 9/11 victims are outraged, and now, legal experts are raising concerns about how much secret information the u.s. government will have to turn over to these suspects. in the middle box, it made the biggest counterterrorism seizure in u.s. history. $500 million in iranian assets. in minutes, we will show you how money raised by iran in this country is being used to kill u.s. troops abroad. in the bottom box developing this hour, more on the blockbuster new book by sarah palin. the book comes out on tuesday. her interview with oprah on monday. today, the panel has information on both and what it all means for sarah palin's political future. martha: but first to
did make this pledge - >> i will not risk your lives unless it is necessary to america's vital inrest. and if it isnecessary, the united states of americaill have your back. >> forore on president obama's japan trip, we're joined by an expert on u.s.apan relations wi medley globa advisers which provides economic and politica analysis toinancial compies. thank you r joinings on the progra >> thank you f having me. >> talk about the chlenges th japan's new ldership faces. are they pure economic? >> well, there's economic. there' a great challenge, there'a huge debt burden piled up. but they ned to ensure growth. the new government wts to transform jap from an econo that's basically driven by experts to one thas driven more by domestic demand especially consption, which is a grt challenge. it's a good idea, actually, but how it's going toe done, i n't think they figuredt ou and thenthere are iues, a number of foreign policy questis, especially the relationship with the unit states which has been jolted a little bit. >> let's talk a little bit about the relationship do you think thatt is
. >> paul: that's why the pres ent's planning a jobs summit, searching for ways to get america back to work. will it work? some answers tonight from a political economist. >> susie: intel and advanced micro devices kiss and make up, ending a years-long dispute over computer chip sales. but will their deal take government anti-trust heat off of intel? >> paul: gold pushed to a new record overnight, north of $1,100 an ounce. so, how best to invest in the shining star of the commodities market? we get some answers. >> susie: then, from the printed page to the electronic one, the plot thickens in the publishing industry. and with the industry's business model up for grabs, there's a lot at stake. >> paul: i'm paul kangas. >> susie: and i'm susie gharib. this is "nightly business report" for thursday, november 12. "nightly business report" is made possible by: this program is made possible by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. captioning sponsored by wpbt >> susie: good evening, everyone. creating jobs for americans is now job number one for president obama. he a
and howard has a look at the seven-day forecast. stay with 9 news now. we'll be right back. america is strong and resilient. and we'll pull through these tough times, we always have. and the companies building the internet are leading this technology driven recovery. more than one hundred billion dollars in private investment over the last two years has spurred innovation, launching new online service and content and put more than three million americans to work. an economic success story. expanding and growing by building a smarter, faster, safer internet. broadband for america: it's working. >>> we are looking at showers off and on. it will be breezy and cool, mid a 0 -- 50s. tomorrow morning maybe a sprinkle. tomorrow afternoon, cloudy and sunday looks great as does much of next week with the temperatures in the 60s. >> we haven't seen those in a long time. it is a great sight. >> delicious. >> thank you for coming in. we will eat it as soon as we can cut it off so we can share it a little bit. after the show is over. >> and people in st. mary's county we have updated the web to get arou
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of eight people in america who are willing to buy a home right now. >> that's good news, so let's get started. first home is a lakefront property in minnesota. >> good one. >> just under $300,000. you like this one. >> i like this. i like all my houses. >> of course, you do. >> but i like this one. it's ten minutes from downtown minneapolis. it's famous for its marching band, the oldest in the country. and there's that cream puff of a house. it's a custom-built contemporary, if you like contemporary built houses. lots of stairs, 3,500 square feet, two stories, and the beauty of this is it overlooks crystal lake and a park. >> ooh. >> so it's a pretty setting for a pretty house. >> will all those stairs cause a problem for some buyers? >> it does, it limits the number of buyers. people with young kids or old people don't want a house like this, but people smack in the middle dream for a house like this because it's meticulous. you walk in with your toothbrush and move right in. it almost looks like a fake house, it's perfect. what can you do to make this house better? probably nothing
's the challenge that they have. >> let's get one in from over here. >> patrick grayson, from q.p.w. america is bearing an enormous burden in the region and can you give us a frank appraisal of the contribution, the role, the performance of your allies in the region? >> yeah. first of all, i very much subscribe to i think it was winston churchill's comment that the only thing worse than allies is having no allies. and we really don't want to go it alone. we need the power of as many coalition partners as we can. and in fact, sometimes you -- you take some limitations because of that. people think that afghanistan is the first place where forces have caveats on them. not so at all. there have always been limitations. and the employment of various national forces. when i was in bosnia as the chief of operations for the effort there, i had a matrix on my desk. and had down the left side it was the country's. and then across the top, it was different tasks and functions and missions. and who would do them? some in their own area, some in their parent division area, and then the rest throughout t
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from new york, good night, america. [captioning made possible by fox news channel] captioned by the national captioning institute ---www.ncicap.org---^ bret: next on "special report," the obama administration will bring 9/11 suspects to america for full trials. we will have reaction from 9/11 families. it is a popular charitable group, and is it actually funneling money to iran's nuclear program? and president obama begins his first asian visit by riping critics of his slow deliberation on afghanistan, and we will look inside the new sarah palin book, all that plus the fox all-stars and the friday lightning round, right here, right now. welcome to washington. i'm bret baier. five of the men accused of sovment in the worst terror attack in u.s. history are return together scene of the crime. attorney general eric holder nownlsed today that self-proclaimed 9/11 mastermind khalid sheik mohammed and four others will be tried in civilian federal court, just blocks from ground zero in new york. national correspondent catherine herridge begins our team coverage. >> by his own admiss
on our website writing. america is headed in the wrong direction as far as our freedom is concerned. well, you can go to foxbaltimore.com and tells us what you think. and sound off through facebook. send us a tweet @foxbaltimore. text your answer to 45203. enter fox 45 a for yes. fox 45 b for no. more responses tonight on the "late edition" at 11:00. >> the acorn scandal forced congress to cutoff funding and now they are fighting congress. (inaudible). >> it all started right here in baltimore. people posing as a pimp and prostitute walk into a acorn office and you heard them how to commit tax fraud. after several other videos showing similar videos in other cities, congress passed legislation cutting the organization out of millions of dollars of public money. now lawyers for acorn are suing. they say the law is unconstitutional, because it only targets acorn. critics of acorn say the lawsuit is baseless. >> is a non-profit organization with ties to iran violating the tax exempt status? washington times is working on a story on about the national iranian american council that claims to r
september 11 and the tax on america and whether or not we see it. whether you agree with people's politics or not, eric holder and other people around him are professional attorneys and prosecutors. they did not make these decisions over a cup of coffee. gregg: so is michael mukasey, who interestingly enough was the federal judge who presided over the trial of the so-called blind shake in the 1993 world trade center case. here's what he said. let's put it up on the screen. he went on to say, we tried the first world trade center bombers in civilian courts and in return we got 9/11 and the murder of nearly 3000 innocent. >> as much as i respect him on a personal and professional level, the leader of the 1993 attacks was tried in front of judge thomas -- sorry, kevin duffy in the southern district court where these cases will be tried. they are in jail because there was no death penalty at that point for 250 some odd years. the case went flawlessly. the u.s. attorney's office in the southern district do not lose. and the people around them, the marshals are the finest in the nation. raymond
. >> a defense attorney for the family said he learned one thing from the case. if you mess with america's of motions, america will hurt you. essentially, he says richard should not have had to plead guilty to felony, but he had to to save his wife from deportation to japan. this was done as a package deal with the prosecution that also wanted to push mayuni heene on trial for a felony as well. in essence, a package deal. both plead guilty to participating in not hoax. they will learn next week about sentencing. both face the possibility of jail time, 60 days for her, 90 days for him. we will learn more in december. jane: thank you. jon: they are some of the best athletes in the world but they are not even allowed to participate in the winter olympic games. why women cannot jump are you receiving a payout from a legal settlement or annuity over 10 or even 20 years? call imperial structured settlements. the experts at imperial can convert your long-term payout into a lump sum of cash today. jane: right now the best athletes in the world are turning for the 2010 winter games. today, though
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